Showing posts from April, 2024

Husky Coffee, Tea or Gifts for Mother's Day & FREE Toy & Donation to a Husky Rescue

M other's Day is right around the corner! Did you get your Mom, Mother-in-Law, "Like-a-Mom," Sister, Bestie, or Dog Mom a gift yet? Well, look no further! I am a huge java junkie, and I love Husky Coffee Co. brews! (You can read my original review HERE ).     Affiliate Notice: Please note there are some product links in this article. As an affiliate, this simply means if you click on link and make a qualifying purchase (*at no extra cost to you*) I will earn a small commission.   Woo! Check out the sweet Mother's Day gift ideas from Husky Coffee Co. ! They have coffees, teas, cocoas for your Mom or Dog Mom and yummy treats for your dog! And...they DONATE a toy/donation to a Husky Rescue of your choice! First up...Mugs! Mugs! Mugs!   If you're anything like me, I'm a total mug addict! I always *have to* buy cute mugs when I see them and add them to my collection!   Mother's Day Mugs!   • Ceramic Mug • 11 oz mug dimensions: 3.79″ (9.6 cm) in height,  3.

World Veterinary Day: Thank You To Our Amazing FiveSibes Vets!

    "Veterinarians competencies must be regarded as an essential and integral part of health at large. The application of veterinary science contributes not only to animal health and well-being but also to humans physical, mental and social well-being." ~The World Veterinary Association (WVA) and Health for Animals   T oday is World Veterinary Day, and   my FiveSibes were blessed to have a wonderful team of veterinarians. Dr. Arnold Rugg and Dr Beth Alden were my FiveSibes caring veterinarians since their birth. They cared for them as if they were their own.  I fondly recall when we brought the three Pupsters Wolfgang, Chloe, and Bandit in to the office for their first check-up...oh, the joy on Dr. Rugg's face seeing our three Siberian Husky pups, and knowing we had Harley and Gibson at home...Five Huskies! Oh, the joy! When Gibson began having seizures shortly after his third birthday (you can read some of my excerpts from Gibson's epilepsy journal HERE ), Dr. Ru

Caring for the Epi-Dog & Caregiver

You know the’ve been up most of the night watching over your beloved dog who just had a seizure or is ill. Whether you dog has been diagnosed with Canine Epilepsy or just experienced its first seizure, it is a frightening experience for dog caregivers. Triggers come in many ways and forms, and not all the same things trigger a seizure in dogs. The “wild west” of causes can keep a dog parent on edge—from developing a care and hopefully anti-seizure treatment plan with your vet, to the daily worry of whether or not your dog will have another seizure. Then there is the post-seizure cleanup of both your beloved dog and its surrounds. Caring for an Epi-dog can be exhausting mentally, physically, and sometimes even financially. While we now know a lot about Canine Epilepsy and how these Epi-dogs can and do live happy lives thanks to medication, nutrition, alternative therapies, and mainly the overall care given by the families who love them. But just as important as it is ca